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have former player and wade davis, former player. atlanta here in new york respectively. welcome to both of you. wade davis, let me begin with you. this is personal. you played for the titans and -- >> i played cornerback. >> same position. when you heart his remarks, did it surprise you, his tone? >> for did sort of surprise me. i was deeply saddened. i thought we moved a little further ahead in the conversation. i thought that guys would think a little bit before they spoke. i think the fact that he was talking to a comedian, he was trying to be a little funny. it came out horrific and inflammatoryy and i believe he understands the harm his words caused. >> wade davis, this is personal for you because you came out officially in a publication in june of last year. you finished playing back in 2004. why didn't you come out while you were playing? >> i didn't come out because i grew up with the ideology that i could never be a gay athlete from the time i was 7 years old plag playing a game of football. i thought my sexuality and the game of football didn't mix. i'm trying now to t
. taking a look at the temperatures. this is extreme weather. it's 70 degrees in atlanta. 28 in kansas city. up here, temperatures are well below zero again. that's not wind chill. that's air temperature. cold and warm never like to clash. doesn't matter what season it is. when they touch each other, when there is a big enough cold front you can always get the threat of tornadoes. >> where do we think the threat is going? >> the cells are ahead of the line moving through alabama into georgia. atlanta will be affected in the next two, three hour. maybe less if a storm pops up not on radar at this point. the storms are rotating, so the storm itself is going around. the back of the storm becomes a meso cyclone or a low pressure system. if you are in the tornado watch box buy an app for the smartphone, get an old weather radio. keep it on if you are in the warm zone. in the cold zone, you're clear. you may get snow. if you walk outside and go, man, it's hot today. why is it hot? if you're saying that, you are in the danger zone. >> i said it this morning. it's warm in atlanta. we'll watch and w
. a woman and her two children fled to their attic in atlanta last week as a man with a crowbar forced his way into their home. she took a loaded .38 revolver with her. she called her husband at work who called 911. the intruder forced his way into the house, broke through two more locked doors and eventually discovered the woman and her kids. her husband on the phone with the 911 operator described what happened next. >> she shot him. she's shooting him. she's shooting him. she's shooting him. >> okay. >> shoot him again. shoot him. oh, no. >> joining me now is sheriff joe chapman of walton county, georgia, outside atlanta where the incident happened. sheriff, thank you very much for joining us here tonight. this woman fired all six bullets hitting the suspect five times. he survived. he's now in the hospital. did she do the right thing? >> absolutely. without any question she did. >> yeah. and some say that she may have needed more firepower. what do you think? >> well, i've heard all the debates and what i would have done, what she should have done, what kind of ammunition she should ha
. the atlanta falcons kick a game-winning field goal in the final seconds defeating the seattle seahawks 30-28. atlanta advancing to the conference championship game next sunday against san francisco. meanwhile, tom brady led new england to a 41-28 win over the houston texans. the patriots play baltimore in the afc championship game. >>> well, it's 30 days since the massacre at that elementary school in connecticut and just two days until the vice president and his task force make public their ideas to put the brakes on gun violence. listen to some of the voices from both lawmakers and gun rights lobbyists. >> i'm urging our country's major gun retailers like walmart and sports authority to suspend sales of modern assault-style weapons until congress is able to fully consider and vote on legislation to curb gun violence. >> when a president takes all of the power of his office, he's willing to expend political capital, you don't want to bet your house on the outcome, but i would say that the likelihood is this they are not going to be able to get an assault weapons ban through. >> let's be
next year. >> i want to talk a little bit about atlanta, because i have dual citizenship, i live in baltimore and i live in atlanta. that was also an astounding game, that was a fantastic game. so has atlanta finally put all the naysayers to rest? i mean they have proven they can win in playoffs, right? >> they did win and it was very exciting, it's interesting, though, they have opened up as t the underdogs in this game. atlanta fans are very happy this morning, i get a lot of tweets and a lot of e-mails, and it's true, this was a big-time show me game, everybody was waiting for the falcons to do this. >> then they almost gave the game right back, and it another physical testimony, the 49ers to have to travel across the country. ultimately this team is no joke, you saw co you -- he ran the option that destroyed the packers. >> i can't wait -- aaron, thank you so much. thank you for joining me. i'm carol cosell low, cnn newsroom continues right now with wolf blitzer. >>> hello, everyone, i'm wolf blitzer in washington, we want to welcome you to our special coverage leading into p
was taken at florida atlanta university saying shame on you too, fau to have someone like this on your payroll. i can assure you the events unfolded exactly how reported. the violent death of 26 people and 20 children. >>> tonight at 10:00 eastern, we are looking at the new gun control measures expected to be put forward by the white house, we will talk about members of congress, a former law enforcement officer and a survivor of columbine. a mother, home being burglarized and she shoots the intruder, he survives. now the gun rights supporters a are using the case to show why americans should have high weapons. >>> a lot of people across the united states are sick this evening and i mean a lot of people. the cdc said bottom line, it's flu season, but this epidemic is hitting us hard and hitting us wide, nearly the entire nations reporting wide-spread flu activity and while it's small comfort to people like me who are dealing with the flu symptoms, the number of cases seem to be dropping. i spoke with a doctor who specializes in diseases, here is our conversation. >> the flu vaccine, al
through. >>> a quick update from the nfl. the atlanta falcons blew a 20-point lead against the seattle seahawks today, but did pull out a victory anyway. atlanta's matt briant kikted a last-second field goal to give the falcons a win. atlanta advancing to the conference championship game next weekend against san francisco. the winner goes to the super bowl to take on the afc champion. >>> it is 30 days since the massacre at that elementary school in connecticut. two days until the vice president and his task force make public their ideas to put breaks on gun violence. listen to some of the voices today from both lawmakers and gun rights lobbyists. >> i'm urging our country's major gun retailers like walmart and sports authority to suspend sales of modern assault-style weapons until congress is able to fully consider and vote on legislation to curb gun violence. >> when a president takes all of the power of his office if he's willing to expend political capital, you don't want to make predictions. you don't want to bet your house on the outcome, but i would say that the likelihood is th
students met in atlanta to push a global movement to end it. jim clancy tells us about their cause. >> reporter: more than 60,000 young christians from around the country and around the world held candles aloft in the frosty air. their own faces shined back at them from a massive cube set up outside the georgia dome. faces of those who have pledged to light up the world and put an end to human trafficking in their lifetimes. >> slavery is trapped in dark places all over the world. it's trapped here in atlanta. in the shadows. it's in the shadows in mumbai india. it's in the shadows in cam bode yo. it's in the shadows around the world in brothels and factories. 60,000 students are going to shine a light on slavery. >> reporter: for many a journey of the christian faith one that brings them to the passion conference to worship, pray, and learn. for the past two years, they've been focusing on the unholy scourge of sexual slavery and forced labor. the 27 million victims, the billions of dollars churned out, by robbing men, women, and children of their freedom. these young men and wome
into a populated part of georgia at this time. here's atlanta. rome, georgia, right there. there is the circulation of this storm about to move over i-75 but not quite yet. let me show you why i am so concerned with this storm. there's the town right there. this is a signature of a tornado on the ground. this is wind coming and wind going and that circulation right through here is headed right into adaresville, georgia. we have watches all of the way from pittsburgh because we had wind damage there all of the way south to tornado warnings possible down to mobile, alabama. a widespread system. make sure you have your noaa weather radio on. buy the app for your phone that will warn you if the warning is where you are right now. very dangerous day today. we'll keep you advised. >> this is really surprising. did you say adaresville? >> yes. >> other places that could end up in the same predicament within the next few hours? >> a big squall line to the west. we call it a squall line because it's all lined up in a row. you typically don't get tornado warnings along a line of storms. when you get a couple
to miguel marquez, he's 60 miles north of atlanta. miguel, we saw the picture here of this tornado. tell me what you're seeing on the ground right now. >> a wide swath of damage through adairsville, it looks like, for the most part. there is a hotel that has been shredded by this storm. there is a plant that makes heavy machinery shredded by this tornado. there are several businesses along the adairsville highway, just off i-75 that have been damaged. there are power lines down throughout the area. trees are down, smashed into cars, trailers overturned, trailers damaged as well. we have seen a couple of neighborhoods where there is fairly significant damage to trailer homes. not clear where that person died, but it is not very far from where i am right now. it is still raining very hard here. the rain has been consistent. it has let up just a little bit. the other thing that is interesting, we left atlanta about 45 minutes ago, maybe an hour ago. the temperature was about 66 degrees there. it has dropped to 58 here. we're getting into the zone where the temperature changes and it is a dange
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towards mississippi and even alabama, tornado watches are in effect until about 4:00 p.m., even in atlanta as a couple cells developed ahead of the squall lines. we'll watch the severe weather threat through the evening. the jet stream is slowly starting to lift off to the northeast but nonetheless this severe weather threat will stay with us straight through the evening hours. we'll look at severe weather from the mid-atlantic regions down through the southeast. this is not just going to be an event with isolated tornadoes. we have a lot of straight line winds out there, strong gusts, even 105-mile-per-hour wind reported east of nashville this morning and the flooding threat as we continue to see these heavy rains. >> indra petersons, thanks so much. >>> deer, antler spray, a banned substance? who knew. according to "sports illustrated" ray lewis not only knew but used the substance to heal faster. apparently there is a banned substance made from deer antlers that stimulates muscle growth. lewis tore his triceps in october, an injury so serious it could have ended his season. "sports illu
it really should be. >> jonathan mann joins us live from atlanta. jonathan, this is just such a perplexing story. blindness aside, these twins had no other ailment seemingly. their health was fine, and yet legally this was allowed to be carried out? >> reporter: absolutely right. they weren't in pain and had long years ahead of them, but under belgium law, severe psychological suffering is enough to justify a doctor's decision, if they want to make that decision, to help patients commit suicide, and that's, in fact, what happened. and to make a point, they couldn't hear. they were losing their sight. but they used sign language as deaf people, as blind-deaf people and there are terns of thousands of them in the united states. they could have used tactile forms of sign language. it really was a very particular decision and not one that agrees with people's instincts about right and wrong. >> you alluded to it, that the doctors agreed. is that a moral decision the doctors have to make there? or are they required to do as they're asked by the citizenry? >> reporter: there is a law in belgium
it. let's talk about the road to the super bowl because it's going through atlanta and foxborough on sunday, the nfc title game begins at 3:00 eastern with the falcons hosting the san francisco 49ers and the afc championship starts at 6:30, the baltimore ravens at the new england patriots battle it out. carlos diaz from hln sports is here to talk about fun stories before the kickoff and we'll talk about patriots and their mayor thomas menino, was trying to do some trash talk and didn't get the players' names right. we'll look at that and please expound after. >> sure. >> we have tom brady here. we have tom brady here. we have tom brady here. he's been our point person all season long. >> okay. >> and stevan ridley and another guy. and walcott -- wilfork. and hernandez will do a great job as he steps in because gronk is hurt. >> he had a cheat sheet. >> and you didn't even follow it and our wearing vince wilfork's jersey and if you're wearing his jersey and you messed it up, we have issues and gonk? it's gronk, gronkowski, all right? i know he's out with an injury but come on. i th
the stingray name was used was in 1976. my sister had one. it was awesome. >>> the atlanta falcons and the new england patriots have advanced to the nfl's championship round. the falcons blew a 20-point lead to seattle. then they came roaring back to win the game 30-28. the patriots behind tom brady's three touchdown passes handled houston quite easily, 40-28. pats take on baltimore in the afc title game on sunday after atlanta and san francisco battle it out for the nfc crown. >>> to hollywood now. by this time, you probably heard about all the winners and the losers from last night's golden globes. there were a few moments that stood out above the rest. starting with jodie foster, who received the cecil b. demille award for lifetime achievement. >> i can't help but get mooney. this feels like the end of one era and the beginning of something else. scary and exciting and now what? well, i may never be up on this stage again, on any stage for that matter. change, got to love it. i will continue to tell stories, to move people by being moved, the greatest job in the world. it's just that from n
unanswered. nick valencia, cnn, atlanta. >> all right, nick, thank you. >>> coming up, we're learning more about that shooting at a california high school this week, and the teacher who convinced the gunman to drop his weapon. >>> plus, remembering prohibition. instead of liquor, one of today's biggest black market items, cigarettes. we'll tell you why. power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just click away with our free mobile app. >>> a north carolina man who is deaf is recovering from stab wounds after police say his sign language was misinterpreted for gang signs. it happened in burlington, north carolina. witnesses say the 45-year-old victim was walking down the street, communicating in sign language when another man saw him and began to stab him. neighb
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as well as winter weather conditions extending from atlanta. we may dodge a bullet for atlanta, but extending on up through charlotte all the way up into the delmarva peninsula, that's where you're looking at the bitterly cold temperatures. ashleigh, as you said, very dangerous conditions here. at least we weren't looking at a widespread event across the southeast. >> it's wide enough. >> yes. >> it hit everybody except for folk -- hey, by the way, i want to tell you when we had our meeting this morning and we were all griping about how cold it was and how we had to dress like snow princesses, we found a place in russia. apparently we should not be complaining because the 500 or so residents on a regular basis have minus 60 as their temperature and it can get as cold as 108. so i just want to make sure people know that elsewhere gas prices can be higher and it can be a lot colder. and also the murder rate goes down in a lot of places. new york hasn't had a murder in seven days. so there's also an upside to this this story. >> strange as it may seem. i saw that as well. in the a
around the world. i'm brooke baldwin at the cnn world headquarters in atlanta. >> and i'm jake tapper in washington. any minute inside this room on capitol hill testimony, four months in the making, secretary of state hillary clinton will testify before the house foreign affairs committee about what happened on september 11th of last year, the day when these four americans, ambassador chris stevens, shawn smith, tyrone woods and glen doherty were killed at the u.s. mission in benghazi, libya. >> jake, i want to bring you back in and bring in our chief congressional correspondent dana bash so we can have this whole conversation as we're watching and awaiting the secretary of state there to testify before the house foreign affairs committee. and, dana bash, do we have you seated? >> i am, hi, brooke. >> nice to see you. as we await what will possibly be a little bit more fiery, right, questioning from members of the house as opposed to what we saw with the senate foreign relations committee earlier this morning, first, just give me a little bit of a preview, what are you hearing, what a
on camera. miguel marquez has that part of our story. >> reporter: a reporter from atlanta affiliate wsb caught one twister as it touched down. >> toward i-75. again a tornado -- >> reporter: in its path, utter destruction. this is main street in adairsville, georgia. you can see the back side of the street trucks completely destroyed own an this side a normal day of work at the daiqui plant, they come here to make parts for tractors, complete devastation, 50 to 100 people working here today, and across this entire area, trucks, everything, shredded. at the plant, justin carnes and his fellow employees took refuge in the bathroom. what did it sound like? >> walls shaking, everything was shaking. >> pressure. >> there was like a pressure on my ears, a high-pitched whistling sound, hurt my ears really bad. >> reporter: the thousand-mile-long storm set off tornados in six states from missouri to georgia, leaving massive damage and creating drastic temperature changes. in nashville, one man died when a tree fell on his home. >> it was a bad site, tree fell like right on it. >> reporter: in m
an intruder. her husband is calling her a hero this morning. carrie cavanaugh of wusb in atlanta tells us what happened. >> my wife is a hero. she protected her kids. she did what she was supposed to do as a responsible, prepared gun owner. >> reporter: donnie herman was on the phone with his wife as an intruder was breaking into their home. walton county sheriff's deputies say thmother works from the home on henderson ridge drive. her 9-year-old twins didn't have school. around noon, a strange man arrived at the door. deputies say he began continuously ringing bell. when no one responded, he grabbed a crowbar from his truck and pried his way in. that's when the mother grabbed her kids, her gun, and hid in a crawl space. >> the perpetrator opens that door. of course, at that time, he's staring at her, her two children, and a .38 revolver. >> reporter: sheriff joe chapman says the woman began firing all six rounds, hitting the suspect in the face and neck five times. >> she starts yelling at him, stay down or i'm going to shoot you again. that's when she gets her two children out of the crawl s
for a column on sunday. atlanta journal and constitution newspaper. welcome. >> thank you. >> what are the changes? all the new rules, what does it mean for if you are buying or refinancing? >> it will be more difficult to get a loan than five or seven years ago. everybody know that is the lending environment was too loose. anybody could walk in and you didn't have to prove income and you could probably get it with no down payment. that department make sense. huh no skin in the game and so many loans went bad. the pendulum has swung and the lenders are worried that if they make loans now that they have financial liability. the rule is the ability to repay. if the borrower does not demonstrate the ability o ability to repay, the loan goes bad and the lender can be charged. >> this protects the lender as well. >> exactly. if they use these new rules that everybody will, it will be designated a qualified borrower. qualified borrowers are like preapproved by fannie mae and we will take loan and if it goes bad, it's our fault, not yours. >> how does it affect the howing market? >> not g
and largely they're right. >> vandike's film is set to debut online in february. nick valencia, cnn, atlanta. >>> could the u.s. debt crisis be solved with a single coin? maybe. if it's truly a dollar coin. sounds crazy, but it is completely legal. again? it's embarrassing it's embarrassing! we can see you carl. we can totally see you. come on you're better than this...all that prowling around. yeah, you're the king of the jungle. have you thought about going vegan carl? hahaha!! you know folks who save hundreds of dollars by switching to geico sure are happy. how happy are they jimmy? happier than antelope with night-vision goggles. nice! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> venezuelanan's rally today for hugo chavez. chav chavez's health is tragedy i will following his fourth c
. is it unusual? >> that's all -- i'll answer that one. >> safer ground. go for it. >> we will be 70 in atlanta thursday in to friday but the west taking the brunt of it. this is a shift in the jet stream where it's cold in the west, warm in the east and will change. don't get used to it. rain and snow across the rockies in to the cascades. could see 14 inches of snow in some spots. good snow for skiers, i guess. not good to travel through it as a driver. know about this coming. there's rain coming to texas, as well. taking the rain. still getting over the drought down here to the south and gets up to the red river and some good news tuesday in to wednesday and the forecast is some of these areas, all red, four to six inches of rain across the area. that desperately needs it. could see severe weather threat, maybe a rain shower or two to maybe make a hailstone or two. other than that, i know what you want to see. raining for the big game tonight and probably not. should recalls right now. by 8:00, they calm down and a beautiful night miami, florida. >> the big game, the big game. hockey, none b
for a minute. to baltimore. is everyone putting aside what happened in atlanta after the super bowl? >> they probably are putting that aside. i hate ray lewis' dance, do you like that dance? >> no, it's horrible. but i like ray lewis. >> wait a minute, what happened to -- no, i hate the dance. >> i'm going to get into that. ray lewis is one of the most liked persons in the nfl by his piers, except for quarterbacks. i had a 45 minute interview with ray lewis back in october. the thing that came across quickly. very sincere, very inspirational, he told me before he announced his retirement, he wants to spend the rest of his life telling young people his mistakes so they can't make the same mistakes. >> do you think he's a changed man? >> i'm convinced he is, from what happened 13 years ago. >> okay, are you ready to pick a winner? >> i will pick a winner, it's like this. >> 46 super bowls, i have covered half of them. i'll be there in new orleans this weekend. and the thing i've discovered, magic teams can win in baseball, college basketball. magic teams do not win in the nfl, the bes
wrapped up a conference in atlanta that attracted more than 60,000 college students. >>> the future of afghanistan and the plan to withdraw u.s. troops will be discussed today and meetings with president barack obama, vice president joe biden and of agab stand's president hamid karzai. both heads of state will take part in a joint news conference coming up in about three hours from now. cnn's wolf blitzer and gloria borger will anchor our live special coverage. >>> the department of transportation is going to conduct a comprehensive review of the boeing 787 dreamliner's critical systems including design, manufacturing and assembly. secretary ray lahood spoke just moments ago. >> we will look for the root causes of recent events and do everything we can to ensure these events don't happen again. >> the 787 has had a difficult week, several jets were involved in public incidents, including a fire in the battery compartment and a fuel leak. >>> some amazing pictures to show you out of australia. check this out. wow! it's a red dust storm. looks almost like a wall of fire, doesn't it? i
in atlanta. i hope you are feeling okay to do the segment. >> i can't even tell you how many people who i know who were sick with flu or flu-like illness. >> including me. >> and you're up there. >> and i'm up here and i didn't get the flu shot and i don't get it every year. >> ashleigh, did i teach you nothing? >> do you know what, you're brilliant and i'm busy. >> you're very sweet. next year i'm flying up there. >> just how bad is it? is it any different, i always say it's so bad this year, i feel like i say the same story every year. is it something different? is the strain different? >> no, what is weird or a little different is it started early. when you look at the past ten years, there were only two, maybe three seasons where we saw this much flu this early and it kept growing and growing. so, the cdc just a couple of hours ago came out with new numbers i'll share with you, ashleigh, if you look at last week, there were 29 states that had high levels of flu. the week before there were 16 states. so, you can see that's a big -- that's a big jump in one week. >> yeah. wow. that's in
me, dr. james fortin berry, pediatrician-in-chief at the children's health care of atlanta and joins me now. let me get the name correct on that, rsv is -- >> thank you, yeah, very close, respiratory sin city,al virus, but rsv is a great way to think about it. >> we think of this related to the flu t is not, right? >> it is different than the flu. the flu came early this year and happening on top of the rsv virus that tends to hit our kids this time of year anyway. >> what makes this so potentially dangerous for infants? the rsv virus does tend to hit premature infants and children less than a year of age harder than you or i, you or i might have common cold. babies air passages are smaller and causes problems with wheezing, blocked airways and decreased in breathing activity. >>> it is important to be seen in an emergency room if your child has difficulty breathing, wheezing or differences in their pattern of breathing that is where it can cause the problems it can slow down the breathing and children very rarely need to be on a ventilator. thankfully, most children could do very we
seneca falls and selma and stone wall. >> this week atlanta is hosting the creating change conference. it brings together 3,000 gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender advocates from across the country. stacey long is director of public policy at the national gay and lesbian task force. you heard what the president had to say in his address. how did you react to it? >> absolutely. it was just heartwarming, incredibly heartwarming, and it was a poignant moment in history. this was a president who has been by all accounts the most pro lgbt supportive president in the history of our country. and so to have him stand on that international stage and talk about the situation with our community in terms of our movement for equality and justice and situated squarely alongside seneca falls and selma, was just remarkable, incredible. >> same-sex marriage now across the country still being debated in statehouses, doe ma federally still in effect. where is it and where does it go from here? >> right. we have borked extensively on marriage equality issues, the task force has been responsible for cr
a homicide. with me now, mike morris of the atlanta journal constitution here. so, welcome. >> hi, brooke. >> read your piece in the "ajc." last seen alive wednesday night. >> about 23 hours earlier. >> tell me about the murder scene, what do you know? >> it was in his gun manufacturing business that he had up in franklin county, about 80 miles northeast of atlanta. and there were numerous weapons found in close proximity to his body and his family is wondering why didn't he use one of those to defend himself. >> one gunshot wound. >> one gunshot wound to his head. and after the autopsy by the gbi, they determined it was a homicide and not a suicide. >> do investigators believe his work possibly with this youtube channel, this fpsrussia, is connected to his death? >> they will not say. i tried to pin them down today on a motive or if they had any suspects and they're just not saying. >> they're not saying the last person he talked to -- >> they won't tell me the last person he talked to, who found him dead, won't say. >> this guy was obviously as we see the videos and i clicked on some, y
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